Thread Subject: Access to Standards
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From: Rex Lint
Date: Thu, Oct 12 2006 2:36 PM
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Andi, Don, et.al.
During the committee meeting we talked about committee members getting
access to these. Now is the time to take this process another step forward.
Can our esteemed administrative team get us access to these? Perhaps with a
non-disclosure agreement from each who is granted access?
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> Can you recommend anything specific we should look at first in ? It
> is pretty extensive and I haven't seen it before; don't want to waste my
> time with dead ends if others have mined it already; any recommendations
> welcome. Thanks.
Yes I do Don. The problem is that some of them you have to pay for. ISO
9241-171 and ANSI HFES 200 are the key software accessibility standards.
Both of these software accessibility standards are harmonized with each
other and considered 1194.21 as they were being developed. I think it would
be helpful to see how the current 1194.21 provisions are addressed in those
I can provide some information on this early next week.
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